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On Friday, April 5, a 4.8 magnitude earthquake hit north-central New Jersey and was reported as having been felt across the tri-state area —...

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Change is not just a distant possibility, it’s a force shaping the way we live, work and connect with one another today.  From artificial intelligence...

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As the vibrant hues of blossoming flowers herald the arrival of spring, we are reminded of the beauty of change and growth. Just as...

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By TBR Editorial Board Within any community, there exist unsung heroes whose dedication and selflessness stand as pillars of strength, ready to respond in times...

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In the heart of every thriving community lies a network of voices, opinions and ideas that form the very essence of its identity. These...

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Upon the recent receipt of a letter from a Virginia-native third-grade student (see Letters to the Editor), TBR has begun to think retrospectively about...

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Buying a house should not be a pipe dream, but it has become more and more unrealistic for Long Island residents. Even if extra houses...

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This past Monday we celebrated Presidents Day. We should remember it’s not merely a day off from work or an excuse for a long...

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The Town of Brookhaven landfill, a titan of our local landscape, casts a long shadow over our future. While the initial plan promised its...

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The Long Island Sound, our shimmering jewel, is not just a watery highway or a scenic backdrop — it’s the very lifeblood of our...